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Performing Arts Essay

King Lear by W. Shakespeare and A Brave New World by A. Huxley

The paper tells that situational irony or a situation in which the opposite effect happens than intended occurs so many times in both of these stories that examples must be chosen, and not listed. In “King Lear”, just after being banished, Cordelia gets a proposal of marriage from the King of France, who says “Fairest Cordelia, that art most rich, being poor/ most choice, forsaken, and most loved, despised/Thee and thy virtues here I seize upon./be it lawful I take up

Pages: 6 (1500 words), Essay
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What impact, if any, are sculpture parks and gardens having on the art world of today
Of the approaches recently taken to sculpture, it is important to include the main ideas associated with the “politics of representation.” This collective term makes a distinction between the content of an image and the form of the image, or the sublime versus the visual. However, the idea goes even further by suggesting that the content or the sublime cannot have its own form or visual nature, but that the visual nature, by simply existing, can be, and is indeed indivisible from, the
Pages: 17 (4250 words), Essay
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Arthur Miller
Throughout his career, he worked as a reporter covering the Nazi trials in Germany and wrote several short stories and even some children’s stories. Following his marriage to Marilyn Monroe, he was able to break into film on a more secure footing, producing The Misfits, Playing for Time, and Everybody Wins based on the play “Some Kind.” He also wrote politically and socially motivated essays and theses based upon his experiences as a suspect during McCarthyism and as an American
Pages: 5 (1250 words), Essay
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Internal and External Conflicts in The Glass Menagerie
Like Tom, whose internal and external worlds continue to collide at almost all times, Amanda regales her children with stories about when she was young, in the process pointing out the various ways in which Laura is a failure as a daughter and Tom is insufficient as a provider.
Pages: 6 (1500 words), Essay
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A Proposal for the City of New York, the Avant-Garde, and Current Art Practices
Henri de Saint-Simon suggested that to change modern society it would be only necessary to organize intellectuals and artists and join then with engineers and inventors.Simon valued artists very highly because they were capable not only of foreseeing the future but also of showing others what the future ideal state would be like. It’s notable that inherent in this early definition of the avant-garde is a connection between the industrial inventor type and the artist, as Wodiczko spent many
Pages: 8 (2000 words), Essay
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The Racial Prejudice of Othello the Moor of Venice and the Merchant of Venice
In the opening Act of Othello the Moor of Venice the reader is immediately introduced to the concept of race as Iago and Roderigo inform Desdemona’s father Barbantio that Desdemona and Othello have been, “making the beast with two backs” (I.i.118). In this scene, Othello is described with derisive racial terms.
Pages: 11 (2750 words), Essay
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Innovation and Influence of Merce Cunningham
The author of the paper tells that in 1953, Cunningham had his own company of 5 dancers, including himself. He preferred to maintain a small group that even in 1994, there were only 17 including the choreographer.  His fortunate dancer-trainees eventually went on to develop their own careers as dancer-choreographers and made names for themselves.
Pages: 11 (2750 words), Essay
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Sergei Diaghilev and His Impact on the Arts
There was full company formation due to repeated visits which was permanent at the time Nijinsky retired from Maryinsky theatre. Both Diaghilev and Maryinsky left Russia (Scheijen, pp 90)For another 18 years the company made itself known in entire Europe and America making it be regarded as experimental and inspiring. The success was due to bright ideas of Diaghilev of scouting talents and collaborating with artists. Diaghilev thought that ballet was supposed to be an absolute theatrical
Pages: 5 (1250 words), Essay
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